Current under-18s drink illegally, and widely so. The difference between them and those who are over 18 is that they drink in secret, where their parents and other responsible adults are not present.
The South African spirits market has been turned on its head. Over the last decade, whisky was the star performer and taking volumes from the brandy market.
The poor shebeener is still struggling to get licensed. Why the Gauteng Liquor Board is not working in collaboration with municipalities is a mystery.
South Africa's wine industry, which exports 440 million litres of wine a year and sells 400 million litres locally, has reached a challenging stage in the harvest season.
Approximately 23% of all cigarettes consumed in South Africa during 2016 were illicit, with the incidence exceeding 50% in certain channels.
Absolut Lime’s dynamic flavour will give even the simplest drinks a rich character that is full bodied, yet refreshing.
The National Informal Business Upliftment Strategy is also available to help township enterprises upgrade their business activities.
“The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.” The struggle continues!
The day was filled with joy as parents arrived to witness the achievement of their children.
The outcome of the long-awaited judgement on the status of shebeens in Gauteng was delivered in the South Gauteng High Court on 1 November 2017, eight months after the matter was heard by the court.
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